TomorrowLove Dramaturgy Hub

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This performance of TomorrowLove™ is presented by The University of Waterloo’s Theatre and Performance Program. The University of Waterloo (including the Waterloo, Kitchener, and Cambridge campuses) is located on the traditional territory of the Attawandaron (Neutral), Anishnaabeg, and Haudenosaunee peoples. The University is situated on the Haldimand Tract, territory promised to the Six Nations of the Grand River, which includes land that is 10 kilometres on each side of the river, from mouth to source.


Welcome to The Hub ™

What is the Dramaturgy Hub™?

The Dramaturgy Hub™ is the dramaturg-operated database for the UWaterloo Theatre and Performance program's term production.

Scope and Focus™

This database includes information relating to the contextual knowledge needed to accurately and critically produce the seven playlets that constitute TomorrowLove™. It also provides logistical information pertaining to event details. This information hub informs both the creative production team as well as the audience.

Why™?

It is the desire of our dramaturgy team to relay the information to you, our end user, in a specific way. You may notice that each of our subsections of the knowledge presented is branded with a Trademark symbol (™). Here’s our secret: our intention is to have our users think critically about what it means to be “branded”.

The 3-30-3 Model™

We have introduced all content in the style of the 3-30-3 model. This involves a descriptive title, that would take the viewer approx. 3 seconds to read, a summary of the sections learning objectives, that would take approx. 30 seconds to read and finally an in-depth description of content, that would take the reader approximately 3 minutes to read (Steizner, 2007). This model, commonly used in media and marketing, originated in museum studies and aims to inform a broad range of viewers with different interest levels and time availability. 

Stelzner, M. (2007). Writing White Papers: How to Capture Readers and Keep Them Engaged. WhitePaperSource Publishing.


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